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It’s official. Short-term rentals have been legalized in Springfield with City Council’s 7-1 vote Jan. 28.

Legends Cycle LLC is now open for business, even as one of its owners is embattled in a nearly 2-year-old lawsuit.

Marty Brickey also will have to pay over $600,000 in restitution.

The waiting game is afoot as companies seek how best to proceed with drug-testing programs.

The owner of a local food delivery service says he has been priced out of the market by national companies, and a lawsuit is all that’s left between the competitors.

Rentals through Airbnb and other third-party apps are now legal in Springfield.

A court recently dismissed the company’s bankruptcy petition.

Federal court determines trucking company can’t force arbitration in a class-action suit.

John Taylor writes: Citizens are supposed to be part of federal debate, not part of a deal.

Governor's proposed $30 billion budget includes $5 million for OTC advanced manufacturing center.

A house has been razed, but future development is in limbo due to an administrative delay.

A celebration of life is scheduled later this month.

The governor discusses transportation and broadband infrastructure, higher education and the state budget.

The decision sets a precedent involving transportation workers and the Federal Arbitration Act.

Ozarks Elder Law LLC closed on its acquisition of RTR Attorneys in Marshfield; Nashville-style fried chicken and catfish restaurant Hot Cluckers got its start; and the first Geico insurance office in the Queen City opened.

A longstanding federal program only recently considered by Springfield-area developers may bear fruit in 2019.

Trading Epic allegedly uses Facebook to solicit a local investor.

Bankruptcy proceedings continue for Christopher Gatley’s 417 Rentals.

They said it. We're reporting it. Sixteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2019.

A six-year state representative from Springfield, Kutak Rock LLP attorney Elijah Haahr next takes on the speaker of the House role.

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